T2F held its fourth session of 'The Perween Rahman Lecture Series' to talk about the issues closest to Rahman's heart.
The concept behind the relief was to depict Sindh from ancient to recent times through imagery molded in stone.
Prominent minorities talk about their journey and the challenges they have faced working for the country.
Karachi International Book Fair has become a cultural phenomenon and has been gaining immense importance every year.
This exhibition is in a way an attempt to reproduce/reduce the idea of ready-made in its purest form.
Muharram is incomplete without towering tazias, wrought in metal, wood or paper and embellished with engravings and gems
The Karachi Conference focuses on the city of Karachi as a subject of study through the lens of diverse disciplines.
'Homelands' exhibition is a unique take on contemporary British art.
'Hybrid' is a suite of 20 collaborative etchings between Muhammad Atif Khan and the Australian artist Damon Kowarsky.
Subswari took up the challenge and managed to produce eye-catching paintings of the cricketers in fresh vibrant pop art.
By writing the story of what happens in every home, Shazaf Fatima Haider seems to have won many hearts with her first novel, How It Happened.
With UAE celebrating its 41st National Day on Sunday, December 02, 2012, Dawn.com gives you a glance of the country, its buildings and attractions.
I fail to understand how Mobilink can so blatantly talk about Jazba when the logo itself is copied.
The jingle is completely uninspiring where 'wingle' is used as a filler word because they seem to run out of words to rhyme it with.
A clever way of gaining the viewers attention was keeping the name Servis almost nonexistent in the advertisement.
Fashion ComPassion is a premium ethical fashion house that represents socially responsible luxury brands in the UK....
It appears that gulping down Pepsi will tell you what you’re made for; while helping you get rid of a ridiculous fashion sense.
“Cricket fans were taken aback by the Service bus pop-up as it reminded them of the Lahore bus attack on the Sri Lankan team.”
When marketing a tea brand, Pakistani advertisements inadvertently, or not, end up trying to sell their product to women by selling women themselves.
The fact that a character with a triangular face and eight locks of stand-up hair could dominate an entire era is proof that simple creativity works.